Jan 24, 2021
INT-2130 Programming in C++
Using the C++ language, the course incorporates the concepts covered in INT-1111(Programming Logic and Design) and applies them specifically to the C++ programming language. Topics include basic C++ syntax, control structures, functions, arrays, file processing, pointers, structures, classes/objects and inheritance.
Prerequisite(s): INT-1111 with grade of C or higher.
Formerly offered as CIS 2130. Students may not receive credit for both CIS 2130 and INT 2130.
3 class/3 lab hours.
(Not offered summer.)
- Develop business-oriented C++ programs
- Examine a program’s syntax and logic for errors
- Construct one and two dimensional arrays
- Implement different I/O techniques
- Design object-oriented programs
- Use pointers in a C++ program
- Develop sort and search routines in a C++ program
- Describe the concept of polymorphism
- Describe the use of operator overloading
- Design programs using inheritance
- Develop exception- handling routines
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